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The efficacy of a voluntary summer book reading intervention for low-income Latino children from language minority families

An examination of the effects of a voluntary summer reading intervention with and without a parent training component on reading comprehension and vocabulary of a sample of 370 fourth grade low-income Latino children from language minority families
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United States

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